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How's the 812 coming along Jude? Any pre-HeadFiTv impressions you'd like to share? They look great, kinda like a mix between the Philips X1 and AKG's own K602.

 

-edit- Is the vignetting in the top right corner of the photo intended? If it were me I woulda either brought it up in Lightroom to match the rest of the background, it looks more like fall off from a strobe than vignetting... Other than that, Great shot!


Edited by AHorseNamedJeff - 12/3/13 at 11:25am
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Reminds me of Stanwell Tops just below Sydney Australia...

 

 

And,

 

 

Reminds me of Wattamola in the Royal National Park, South of Sydney, South side.

 

 

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My brother finds some truly amazing things at his work (recycling center) which people care for no longer. 

He brought around this Rolex watch a few days ago.

 





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My brother finds some truly amazing things at his work (recycling center) which people care for no longer. 


He brought around this Rolex watch a few days ago.


 






First photo - Very elegant and classy. smily_headphones1.gif
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My FIRST attempt to take "good' photos. If anyone else here have tips for me, please do biggrin.gif

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My FIRST attempt to take "good' photos. If anyone else here have tips for me, please do biggrin.gif

Attempt: successful!
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Attempt: successful!

Thanks! biggrin.gif
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Street Fighter (click for HD version):

 

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Street Fighter (click for HD version):

 

 

 

Very nice, James. It's almost poetic.

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The Oregon coast is littered with some beautiful lighthouses, but I do believe this is the best one I have come across so far. Thanks to the invite from Ben Coffman, we ended up at the Yaquina Lighthouse at around 10 at night. It was around 18 degrees out.
As we marched quickly trying to warm up over the 1 mile hike, we witnessed was possibly one of the most brilliant meteors of the year so far breaking up into pieces. After the few seconds of ooh and aahing after such a celestial event being typical phtographers we continued the march cursing our missed opportunity of having the shutter open. 
As we rounded the bend, the lighthouse appeared in front, with a quaint little shed built at the bottom. With a gap of every 10 seconds the lighthouse would paint the landscape and silently holler out to sea for all souls to heed the warning of the impending disaster if they strayed too close to it. 
As we began setting up our gear, working out compositions, we were pleasantly surprised to see the milky way in plain sight despite being so close to a town and having a lighthouse going off every so often within a stone's throw from us. While the core of the milky way is no longer visible, what is visible is still a heck of a view.

 

Light up my Way

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The Oregon coast is littered with some beautiful lighthouses, but I do believe this is the best one I have come across so far. Thanks to the invite from Ben Coffman, we ended up at the Yaquina Lighthouse at around 10 at night. It was around 18 degrees out.
As we marched quickly trying to warm up over the 1 mile hike, we witnessed was possibly one of the most brilliant meteors of the year so far breaking up into pieces. After the few seconds of ooh and aahing after such a celestial event being typical phtographers we continued the march cursing our missed opportunity of having the shutter open. 
As we rounded the bend, the lighthouse appeared in front, with a quaint little shed built at the bottom. With a gap of every 10 seconds the lighthouse would paint the landscape and silently holler out to sea for all souls to heed the warning of the impending disaster if they strayed too close to it. 
As we began setting up our gear, working out compositions, we were pleasantly surprised to see the milky way in plain sight despite being so close to a town and having a lighthouse going off every so often within a stone's throw from us. While the core of the milky way is no longer visible, what is visible is still a heck of a view.

 

Light up my Way

Oh ma gawd. That view is sensational! *__*

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A small room with pale walls works wonders with a bounce flash.

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IPhone 4 unretouched file

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